Tech Giant Globant Believes 2023 Will Be a Make or Break Moment for the Metaverse
Globant, one of the world’s largest IT companies, has cited a possible future, stating that the metaverse and the technology associated with this new vision may develop in the short term, as well as its According to the 2023 Tech Trends Report, the company believes that 2023 is sure to be an important year for metaverse projects as the market is still waiting and striving for significant and practical applications in the field to come to fruition. . We can understand that companies like Meta have already invested billions in this sector and the company produced virtual handsets directed for mainstream audiences and it failed to penetrate a significant medium and in a significant way even though it has a large share of the market.
However, apart from this, Globant believes that There are signs of mass adoption of Metaverse and furthermore the company has announced that major players in this space such as Meta in 2023 will surely be able to practically push themselves towards the product due to low cost and low cost of entry. It will open all kinds of doors and lower barriers to bring positive signals to technology and people’s lives, and at the same time, it has the potential to transform the industry into a platform for the industry to have closer and more meaningful interactions with customers. acts as a support. Agus Huerta, Tech Leader at Globant, believes that every company must find the reason for adopting new technologies and at the same time find the possibilities that are responsible for it. Huerta added that companies will increase their use of the Metaverse for employee training and education and other activities where they can simulate and improve experiences.
For Diego Tartara, Global CTO at Globant, this metaverse is still in its early stages but its evolution will transform people into a future based on digital experiences, as well as the recent use of technology in the judicial process in Colombia. Implementation and a virtual environment have been introduced to fight school absenteeism and blackout responses in Japan, as remarkable developments have already been made in this area.